Here’s one for #MusicMonday, Brotha by Angie Stone!
Sing it Sista! Seriously… Maxwell or Robin Thicke should sing back to this song, with a Sista song, dontchathink.
Angie The Stone… just Rocks!
Joe Jackson says that Blanket has got the dance moves of his late dad, MJ! Here we go again.
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Michael Jackson was remembered today in Los Angeles. Paris Jackson became a new star on the world’s entertainment stage in her heartwarming words for her daddy, in one of America’s famous families of entertainment.
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Michael Jackson’s Memorial Tribute began with THIS AMAZING SONG by grammy winner Andre Crouch in LA. From Hollywood, here are you top 10 posts on Horiwood.Com as we say farewell to The King of Pop, from the City of Angels.
Michael Jackson’s public and private memorial services dominate news tonight here in Hollywood. Multiple Grammy Awards winner, Andrae Crouch was one of the surprise VIP guests announced by the Jackson family to attend Michael’s public memorial service.
Here’s the unforgettable Andre Crouch, appropriately singing his 70s gospel hit, Soon and very Soon, (We are going to see the King).
Expect Andre’s vocal arrangements to feature at Michael Jackson’s Memorial tribute on TV.
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In his death, Michael Jackson mania continues here in America. His music is selling uber units, according to Billboard charts and the Jackson family have been approached to do a tribute show to the late singer in Las Vegas.
All of these choices for Michael Jackson’s surviving siblings… what will they do?
For now, they’re concentrating on grieving and putting their energies to ensuring that their brother’s send off is conducted in a manner befitting for the King of Pop.
Tuesday here in LA, is going to be bedlam. If you aren’t going to MJ’s Memorial then stay away from downtown unless you live and work there! It’s a really good time to call in sick… oops did I just write that? Yeah I did! :)
All major US networks are covering the memorial service. It’s a very big day from The City of Angels. There’s only ever been one King of Pop, in the USA.
Michael Jackson is remembered by Gala Magazine of Germany as a legend.
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You just know this only came about because Michelle Obama had to molly whop her hubby for a whole week about the issue!
But anyway, People Magazine are reporting via the AP, that Barack Obama has done some more public acknowledging of Michael Jackson’s contribution to American life.
People Reports: A week after Michael Jackson’s sudden and shocking death, President Obama has finally offered his thoughts, saying the pop icon will “go down in history as one of our greatest entertainers.”
“I grew up on his music,” said Obama, who, at 47, is three years younger than Jackson. “I still have all his stuff on my iPod.”
But the president added in an interview Thursday with the Associated Press that he also felt that Jackson lived a “tragic and in many ways sad personal life.”
It stirred controversy in the news media – especially at predominantly African-American outlets – when Obama did not release a formal public statement upon Jackson’s death last week, something typically done by the White House when a prominent public figure dies.
Instead, Obama quietly sent a private letter of condolence to the Jackson family, the contents of which neither side has disclosed.
Obama waved away any controversy over his weeklong silence, telling AP White House correspondent Jennifer Loven: “Look, you’re the first person who’s actually asked me about it.”
A good point from Obama! But it did look kinda odd!
HORIWOOD: If Barack Obama wants to be remembered in his death fondly, for his contribution to American life, than the wise, well-mannered part of Mister Obama’s better judgement, stepped up to the plate to acknowledge MJ a bit better.
Why should anyone acknowledge one in their death, if they did not acknowledge another great. We ALL have issues. Obama is only a few years in the spotlight after all, so congrats Mr President for acknowledging one of your country’s greatest entertainers who ever lived. Barry cam around.
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Germany are mad for Michael Jackson in the singer’s passing. He was such a big star in Germany.
Buntze Magazine feature Michael Jackson and two of his children. Focus Magazine calls Michael Jackson “The Last King of Pop,” In Magazine asks the question, “Who Murdered Michael Jacskon?,” and OK! Germany say simply, “By, by Jacko.”
He was very much loved by the German people as German Media show today.
Wow… this has got to be one of the greatest rock tributes ever! Bono and U2 kicked off their 360 Degrees World Tour with a bang paying tribute to Michael Jackson.
The super rockers dedicated their song, Angel of Harlem to Michael Jackson in Barcelona, Spain.
What a Epic moment in music history! And also, a brand new and exciting beginning. May we all look at the man in the mirror, and ask what WE can do, to make the WORLD a better place. This moment is right up there, with Susan Boyle being discovered this year on Britain’s Got Talent. SuBo also made us look at ‘the man’ in the mirror inside all of us, and taught us to see beauty in music and life, in a different way, regardless of the perceived ‘visible flaws’ and eccentricities of the musical vessel bringing the gift of music.
Music is a God given gift. Music transcends ALL divides. Thanks Bono, MJ and SuBo for that gift to us all. The Irish and the Scottish, just totally get it… as world changing minority cultures who have the ability to rise up, like African Americans have in American history, and truly touch the world. MJ through his music broke down all racial divides. His best story is still being told, through the music.
Go U2! Their tour is going to be the biggest world tour ever! You can just feel it in the air. Epic, Epic, Epic!
Germany… always loves a uniform. But it’s very appropriate as Jackson’s army of worldwide fans denote.
Here’s Stern Magazine’s tribute to MJ. You like? (Cover Awards). Thanks Mark P.
Hollywood Legend, Karl Malden has passed away. The good news… he was 97!
My favorite films of his, I watched at The Auckland University’s Department of English and Film, Television & Media Studies (a fine film school!) in New Zealand. If anyone wants to go and study in beautiful Oscar winning New Zealand, I thoroughly recommend it to learn about films made all around the world.
By far my favorite film, was when Karl played Mitch, in A Streetcar NameD Desire, with Marlon Brando. It exemplified how an actor who is not THE BIG NAME STAR with all of THE BIG HOLLYWOOD LOOKS, can really add shade and depth of emotion to a film script and story, when his role, he brilliantly plays. KARL MALDEN was AMAZING! There is no horrendous tragedy in his story. Malden’s story IS 100% a celebration of a Hollywood legend and a good man.
”I was so incredibly lucky,” Malden once told The Times. “I knew I wasn’t a leading man. Take a look at this face.” But, he vowed as a young man, he wasn’t going to let his looks hamper his ambition to succeed as an actor. And that Malden did, so well.
The calibre and stamina of stars like Karl Malden are rare in Hollywood. He deserves to be celebrated jubilantly today.
Like Michael Jackson, Karl Madden also hailed from Gary, Indiana. To read more of this inspiring actor and the spirit of the man go to the L.A. Times. Or.. if you’re a budding actor watch him in any of his films. He ran a good race! RIP.
Wow! Life & Style are following suit like the other magazines, with a tribute cover to Michael Jackson. Farrah Fawcett’s death and funeral didn’t even get a inset pic on this cover!
What is the headline… who killed Michael? After Jackson’s huge contribution as a music video artist to MTV, the headline should read… who called the Video Star on MTV? That was Jackson’s legacy along with artists like Madonna, back in the day.
You know it!
What a sweet dual tribute, where both Farrah and MJ share the cover on InTouch Weekly.